Crying Means Distress

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Crying Means Distress

Authors: Alice Bain

I could rant a lot more about this subject so I will restrain myself. Psychology Today has a really great article describing the impact that being left alone to “cry it out” has on babies and toddlers. In a nutshell, it makes kids grow up less intelligent, more anxious, unable to integrate socially, and highly liable to pass on…

Authors: Alice Bain

I could rant a lot more about this subject so I will restrain myself. Psychology Today has a really great article describing the impact that being left alone to “cry it out” has on babies and toddlers. In a nutshell, it makes kids grow up less intelligent, more anxious, unable to integrate socially, and highly liable to pass on those same unwanted traits to further generations.

Dangers of “Crying It Out”

Read more http://catalystoutsidethebox.blogspot.com/2011/12/crying-means-distress.html

 
 
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